About Us

Company History

Founded in 1982 by Ray Hardee and Carolyn Popp, Engineered Software, Inc. (ESI) located in Lacey, WA is the leading software developer for piping systems and pump selection worldwide.

With over thirty years of experience in the software development industry, ESI’s portfolio includes award-winning PIPE-FLO®, PUMP-FLO™, and ESI Learning product lines.

Our Products

Engineered Software, Inc.’s hydraulic analysis program, PIPE-FLO®, is widely used for Engineering, Commissioning, and Operations of gas and liquid piping systems around the world to help companies design, optimize, and reduce capital and operating costs of their fluid piping systems.

Originally conceived in 1986, PUMP-FLO™ was the world’s first centrifugal pump selection program. Today, the PUMP-FLO™ suite of products is used by pump manufacturers, distributors, and buyers to streamline their pump sizing, configuration, selection, quotation, and pricing processes.

The most recent addition to ESI’s growing portfolio of products is ESI Learning. Launched in 2008, ESI Learning offers several training courses on industry related topics ranging from Centrifugal Pumps to Piping System Assessment and Optimization that bring valuable information to industry professionals.

Our Vision and Mission

Engineered Software, Inc. envisions a world where fluid piping systems are intelligently designed to leave a smaller environmental footprint while improving the reliability and ROI of industry's hidden infrastructure.

ESI’s Mission is to assist our customers in realizing energy efficiencies through improved piping system understanding and superior equipment selection. We do this in three ways:

  1. Develop flexible software which simulates, troubleshoots, and communicates the optimal operation of liquid and gas systems over the lifetime of a facility.
  2. Create intuitive software for efficient pump and equipment selection and configuration.
  3. Advance industry knowledge and propagate best practices in the design and operation of plant systems through strategic partnerships, industry advocacy and educational programs.